LS Mtron, Imprint once again with 'WIZ-E Series' at DMP 2019
Submission Date : 2020-01-17
LS Mtron focuses on global marketing at DMP 2019, the biggest machine show
LS Mtron displayed 'WIZ-E Series' at the "DMP Molding, Metal Machining, Plastic & Packaging Exhibition, 2019 Shenzhen, China (Hereafter 'DMP 2019'), held at Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center in Shenzhen, China, from November 26, 2019 to May 29, 2019, and attracted by publicizing the superiority of products once again.
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Market trends drive LSR innovations
Schaumburg, Ill. - Pressure has usually driven some of history's best innovations, and the world of liquid silicone rubber is no exception.
Market demands are major drivers of innovation within the LSR market, and Gifford Shearer, silicone elastomers market manager with Dow Inc., shared how the current market is pushing the industry to new limits at the LSR 2019 conference, held Sept. 10-12 in Schaumburg.
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Food & Drug Administration
With recent and potential closures of certain ethylene oxide sterilization facilities, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration is concerned about the future availability of sterile medical devices and the potential for medical device shortages that might impact patient care.
FDA warns of medical device shortages
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is asking manufacturers of medical devices that need to be sterilized with ethylene oxide to assess their inventories following the closure of some large-scale facilities that use the gas to remove potentially harmful germs.
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Samsung expanding EV battery plant in Hungary as EU probes state subsidy
Europeâ€™s electric vehicle (EV) revolution is continuing apace as Asian battery manufacturers build up EV power pack capacity in recently launched or extended plants in the region.
South Korean giant Samsung is now investing 1.16 billion euros in a project to expand the lithium-ion battery production plant it launched in May 2017 at the town of GÃ¶d in northern Hungary.
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